After CHIP, I think you have to come up with something quite amazing to be worth looking at... ;-)
They pushed the prices to a new low (look for '9 dollar computer' if you want to find out more).
I would be interested in 64 bit systems and decent I/O. And much better open drivers, as the current crop of devices usually can't run on a vanilla Linux kernel and being stuck with a super outdated Android kernel sucks.
Currently the BananaPi for example sports a 1000MBps ethernet port and a Sata III connection - that is very nice for a small home server or something like that. But the open drivers are lacking and it's a dual A7, so not bad, but not 64 bit either.